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As the star of the 17th season of ABC's reality show "The Bachelor," 32-year-old Sean Lowe became saddled with a nickname that seemed to mock his convictions as a Christian."They [the media] labeled me as 'The Virgin Bachelor,'" recalls Lowe in a video interview for I Am Second, a movement that helps people discover their purpose in life by putting Christ first. I answered it honestly: 'Catherine and I are not having sex until marriage.'"And "The Virgin Bachelor" was born.
Lowe is pretty sure about how the nickname came to be. Monday night Lowe watched and live tweeted as his friend and fellow Christian, Ben Higgins, whom Lowe says has "a heart for Jesus," kicked off the 20th season of "The Bachelor."In a post for Patheos published Monday, Lowe expressed his excitement to see how Higgins will glorify God on the show."One thing I'm especially excited to watch is how Ben uses his platform to glorify God," Lowe wrote.
Having ended his season of "The Bachelor" with a marriage proposal to Catherine Guidici, speculation about whether or not the new couple was intimate was forefront among the media."Probably because people did know that I was a Christian, someone thought to ask the question, 'How's the sex? "I think to this point, Ben has been painted as the 'good guy,' but I'm hoping America gets to see why he's the good person he is."When you think about the premise of the show — 25 individuals vying for the affection of a single person — purity and virginity may not be the first thoughts that come to mind.
They certaintly weren't for Lowe, who opened up to I Am Second about his experiences as a Christian on "The Bachelorette" and "The Bachelor.""Guys go on there ['The Bachelorette'] and get drunk, and there's the fantasy suite and there's sex and nudity, and it just didn't seem like something that represented me," says Lowe.
"Never in a million years did I think I would do a cheesy reality TV show about love." That is, until he was contacted by the show's casting department to interview for a spot among 24 other contestants on the show.
Lowe was reluctant to accept the offer, and said he'd give it some thought. I just knew it wasn't for me." Miserable, the self-proclaimed risk taker eventually decided to take the casting agent up on her offer, and the possibility of seeing the world and falling in love on "The Bachelorette."To his surprise, after just six weeks on the show, Lowe says he actually began to fall in love with the Bachelorette — convinced that it was all a part of a divine plan.
Working as an insurance agent in his family's business — in an attempt to bring some financial security to his life after a few failed business ventures — Lowe wasn't happy. He remembers thinking, "Wow, God has used this reality TV show to introduce me to my wife." However, a week before the finale show, he was sent home before a television audience of 7 million viewers."I can't understand why God opened the door for me to be on this reality show, to fall in love, only for it to end like this," Lowe recalls.
"I cannot understand why He's led me to this heartbreak."But the story wasn't over.
Back at home in Dallas, Texas, Lowe received a call from an executive producer of "The Bachelor" who offered him the title role on the show. What if I'm actually harming my testimony by going on a show and dating multiple people at one time and kissing multiple people?